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  • Author: Mounce, William D.
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e-Sword 9+ Module Download:
Download Mounce Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament

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Biblical Studies Greek Word Study Copyrighted
Mounce, William D.

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

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iOS = MCGEDNT.lexi
MySword= mcgednt.dct.mybible thanks to patchworkid

Mounce Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament

edited by William D. Mounce

with Rick D. Bennett, Jr.

Mounce Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament

Copyright 1993 Bill Mounce All Rights Reserved


Permission was given for this e-Sword version

This dictionary includes all the Greek words that occur in the standard Greek New Testament, and is organized in alphabetic Greek order. The first line of each entry includes the G/K and Strong’s number. Strong’s numbers followed by a lowercase letter (a, b, etc.) represent forms not included in the original Strong’s system that were modified to conform to modern editions of the Greek New Testament. This same system is employed in the various Key Number tagged texts in Accordance such as the ESV, NRSV, HCSB, and NKJV. Following this are the Greek word, its transliteration, and its frequency count is also included with a hyperlink to this form in the Greek New Testament in Accordance. On the second line are the English definition, and for all words occuring 10x or less, each Scripture reference is included. The third line includes a series of Word Study Hyperlinks which search the corresponding English version for the key number(s) under discussion. Note that there may be variations in frequency and usage in each version depending on the translation, and tagging philosophy.

What's the difference between this and the one that is free to download from within esword?

There appears to be no difference between the two, as per the text itself. But, in my opinion, the one that you download from within e-Sword is perhaps more nicely formatted than this one.

I just created an account to download this for my Android app, I downloaded the right file (mcgednt.dct.mybible) and copied it into the main folder according to the instructions in the "other modules" page in the app. I can see the dictionary in the separate menu, but is there a way of integrating this with ther other translations (Thayer/BDB, Strong etc.) so they're all shown together when selecting a word? I really like the way, as opposed to the desktop version, the Android app shows both translations when selecting a word, so I don't have to dig around in sub menus.


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